Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village is well known as a fabulous shopping destination. It’s also an ideal venue for popular cultural festivals, art galas, intimate weddings and private parties under the stars.
Expanding on Tlaquepaque’s abundant choices for the perfectly tailored event is the 1500 square foot ballroom, La Sala de los Milagros.
Beautifully situated on the Tlaquepaque’s upper level with twin balconies overlooking the cobblestoned Patio del Norte and its mosaic floral fountain, the English translation means “Room of Miracles”.
The multi-functional ballroom has hosted evening receptions, birthday celebrations and private parties complete with a dazzling display of lights, music, elegant linen-draped table settings and stunning floral arrangements.
With a full service kitchen adjacent to the room, catering is a breeze, especially with an elevator to the second floor. There’s convenient parking as well. Maximum seating capacity for formal dinner is 100.
Musical concerts, charity fundraisers, including art displays and even intimate theatrical performances, have taken place at La Sala de los Milagros. Workshops, seminars, company meetings, private luncheons, award ceremonies, and business planning sessions with theater style seating, conference-style with tables and chairs, or schoolboy tables are all possible.
Seminar groups as far away as the UK have utilized the flexibility of La Sala de los Milagros. “We have found the facilities at Tlaquepaque both excellent and unique. The ambience of the room and surroundings, with the excellent restaurants and fine art exhibits provide a perfect conference setting,” reports seminar leader, Christine Core who has booked for a second year.
Consider combining the indoor ambiance of La Sala de los Milagros with the outdoor splendor of one of Tlaquepaque’s signature courtyards as Lea Gracer
of Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition recently did. “The room is the perfect venue for our exhibits and functions… with French doors and a terrace overlooking a magnificent garden courtyard. On opening night we set up the food and music on the large patio, where hundreds of people enjoyed an evening of the old world glamour Tlaquepaque offers.”
Available seven days a week with access to four exclusive Tlaquepaque restaurants, your next function is perfectly contained within the charming environs of Tlaquepaque. To discuss your upcoming event please contact Jill Kyriakopulos, Tlaquepaque’s event coordinator, at 928-282-4838.
Tlaquepaque, known as the Art and Soul of Sedona, is home to over 45 shops, galleries, and restaurants and is a must-see destination for travelers from all over the world. Visit http://www.tlaq.com or call (928) 282-4838.